Bruno is a 10 year old male Cross-Breed. He is looking for a new home through no fault of his own. He’s a friendly boy who is still very active for his age and loves getting out and about. Bruno is a placid older boy who is very polite when he greets people.

As he is aging, his owner has found him to be a little less tolerant of dogs on walks and would prefer to be kept away to enjoy some peace and quiet. He has grown up around teenagers so is used to family life, however now that he is older he doesn’t like to be pestered and would like a quiet home. He will have a full health check with our vet prior to adoption – he currently has no ongoing medical issues.

He loves company so would prefer a home with people who are around most of the time – he is used to being left for a few hours but we’d like for this to not happen too frequently. He gets on with other dogs and currently spends time at home with another crossbreed, however they are not left unsupervised and his owners feel he would be best suited to being the only dog in the home.

He has never lived with cats so we are looking for his next home to be pet free. He can be strong on the lead but does settle as the walk goes on, so he will need someone who is confident they can handle this. Bruno is not currently at the rescue and is with his family while we search for his new home.

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Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre Liverpool

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Freshfields Animal Centre in Liverpool please email or telephone 0151 931 1604. Address: East Lodge Farm, East Lane, Ince Blundell, Liverpool, L29 3EA

Please note: We do a homecheck for all dogs. We will rehome to anywhere in the UK, the only exception being a dog with any behavioural problem that requires someone to meet them as often as possible before adoption, which wouldn't be possible if they lived on the south coast!

All dogs are vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, wormed and deflead. We ask a donation of £185 to cover these costs.

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